Democracy built over 1000 years. A rogue parliament, corruption, foreign influence destroyed this
The law has been hijacked … by whom?
When I woke up this morning, a spectacular image caught my eye, it was not a beautiful radiant sunrise, nor horses frolicking in the meadow. It was something much more moving, the prelude to a period of political calm, it is hoped.
No, the vision I had was of Philip Hammond loading his belongings in the trunk of a car. Perhaps now this is the beginning of the return to democracy to calm British politics.
The loss we have seen is quite profound. It is not Brexit, although this must be fulfilled, it was democracy, democracy is a staple of the British political diet. That arrogantly neglecting this fundamental foundation of our heritage has done irreparable damage to Britain’s worldwide reputation. I do not mean that countries are in a state of shock, I mean that countries wonder why they are constantly read about democracy, why Cuba, Zimbabwe, etc. are looked down upon. for ignoring his people. The UK has done just that! Aggravated by what appears to be electoral fraud in Peterborough. Have we really opened the door for despots to oppress their audience from all corners of the world?
Papers, emails, certainly files. Pointing out the undercover work done by these people to subvert the politics of other countries. To identify, blame, even plant, I suspect there is incriminating evidence of collusion between regimes, especially Russia. However, they do the same, their business is the manipulation of foreign governments that are, at best, hypocrites in reality through their corruption in its most dangerous form.
Have you ever wondered why May wouldn’t quit? It wasn’t until Clarke or Maude told her to leave, I suspect she quit. Clarke undoubtedly an ambassador of the “New World Order”, as he looks to the day, when our historic British Parliament is a council chamber to that of Brussels and is a communist regime.
John was King of England from 1199 until his death in 1216. He lost the Duchy of Normandy and most of his other French lands to King Philip II of France, causing the Angevin Empire to collapse and contributing to the subsequent growth of power. of the French Capet dynasty during the 13th century.
The Magna Carta was sealed by King John on June 15, 1215. The document was drawn up after his barons rebelled and forced him to accept the limitations of his power, because he had exacted heavy taxes to finance his failed wars in France. .
The “English Bill of Rights” has been violated. It says clearly: No foreign prince, person, prelate, state, or potentate can rule England. This raises the question of whether our membership is even legal.